Once again defeated by Manchester City (2-0, 4-1 on aggregate), Paris Saint-Germain will not be playing in a second consecutive Ldc final. But the Parisians had taken the game by the right hand. They even thought they had won a penalty in the 8th minute but the referee rightly reversed his decision. Riyad Mahrez wasted no time in punishing the French club's defensive lapses and opened the scoring (11th). City gradually gained the upper hand and even doubled their lead in the 63rd minute, once again through Mahrez and after a magnificent two-man play between De Bruyne and Foden. As if that wasn't enough, Angel Di Maria was sent off with twenty minutes left in the game, leaving the players of the Capital with 10 against 11. In the final, Manchester City will face the winner of the match between Chelsea and Real Madrid.